Thursday Doors, 14/2/19: Love doors

These doors are either chosen with love, equipped with a loved one or two, or simply lovely. Celebrate love, celebrate life, on all other days as much as today.

No matter that the dessert I made on occasion will be filed away as “But they said even kids can make it!” – I’m full of love. For my amore, my bestia, my sister, my parents, my blogging buddies right here and my real-life friends far away. And for doors, of course, on Thursdays even more.

Let’s have a look at mine and then, if you haven’t yet, check out Norm’s second part of Orvieto doors with the magnificent cathedral and certain co-enablers that will seem familiar.

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge.


  1. Yay! You even found a few with hearts just in time for Valentine’s day. I already baked my sweetie a batch of cookies so all is good and mushy and romantic here. I hope you guys have a wonderful love-filled evening together too 🙂

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    1. Joooj, Norm, today I was thinking of you when I was preparing my dessert. No baking and therefore the cookies wouldn’t hold together! Quite disastrous but still tasty. 😉 We are good, but we are always good. Great to hear that you two are as well. Happy spring! It’s coming!

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    1. Hehe, Brian, I’m glad to hear this. As I write these captions, I just let my words roll out as they wish. Even if they don’t make much sense to the majority, a caption like this can make the post for one person. Thanks for being this person. 🙂

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  2. You’ve created a lovely mood with your door selection and related captions. You have a knack for finding heart shapes. My favourite is the blue iron-grill door with the heart and flowers in the centre. It suggests ‘welcome’ to me … even if the flip-flops left in the middle of the doorway would make me grind my teeth 😉

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  3. Wonderful. Faves are definitely the patina “cross” door, the horizontal panel with the mums, and the one with the firewood crates. Really like your incorporation of love here 🙂


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